The Instream Wood Bank Network Is Looking for Wood from Landowners in Southwest Washington — Small Forest Landowner News

Large Wood Bank logs being loaded onto a truck by a self-loader in Kalama. (Photo by Cascade Forest Conservancy) By Shiloh Halsey, Director of Programs, Cascade Forest Conservancy Instream logs and woody debris in rivers and streams provide crucial habitat for salmon and steelhead species, help keep water temperatures low and can slow peak water […]

The Instream Wood Bank Network Is Looking for Wood from Landowners in Southwest Washington — Small Forest Landowner News

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